Went to a Japanese store. We took a highway and it took about 10 minutes to get there. The Japanese store we went was like a mini-supermarket and it had many different items but numbers were few. There were tuna for "sashimi", boiled fish, shell fish, Japanese condiments, snacks, frozen food, daikon, gobou, etc. It didn't have too many meat, other vegetable, fruits - I think for these items, they couldn't compete other stores for price wise. I bought Japanese cigarettes called "Mild Seven". But surprised to find out it cost 7,400 Yen for 1 carton. The price was about twice as much as Japan! I heard that cigarette price varies state by state. Also, when I buy "Mild Seven" in Japan, the package tells the amount of tar and nicotine but the one I bought here didn't say anything.